It's also tough being a control
After yesterday's blip of a long suffering David Hume, today it's the turn of the lonely Orienteering Kite. I went to a local event at Castlelaw with my daughter. The weather was fine and cool, so running conditions were OK. However it was extremely windy, gusting to 75 Km / Hr, so the poor old controls were being blown inside out. It isn't apparent from the blip, but I found it hard to stand still enough; hence the short shutter speed. It's often windy in Edinburgh, but the Pentlands are something else. This is the view to Glencorse reservoir and the main ridge of the hills.